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Freedom 7: Alan Shepard's Mercury Flight
September 16, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Navy test pilot Alan Shepard becomes first American in Space.
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'Jules' heads to the ISS
September 16, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
ESA's first Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV) "Jules Verne" is launched aboard an Ariane rocket.
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GLAST Rockets Into Space
September 16, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The GLAST satellite is launched from Kennedy Space Center, its mission: Gamma Radiation.
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Video - Undular Bores Roll Over Iowa
September 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Waves of unusual clouds roll across Des Moines skies on Oct. 3. These so-called undular bores are created when air masses collide and create ripples through the atmosphere like a stone dropped into a pond.
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Planet Hunter
September 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Supercharged Hubble Space Telescope Searches for Extrasolar Planets.
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X-Ray Emitting Black Holes
September 15, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
ESA &amp; NASA x-ray observatories help astronomers measure the impact of black holes and pinpoint their locations.
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Video - How a Surge Swamps Galveston
September 12, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Animation shows the prediction of water level in Galveston, Texas, assuming a storm surge of up to 20 feet. The Water Level graph on the left indicates water level in feet, from 0 (normal sea lev…
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Beaming Solar Power From Space
September 12, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Mafic Studios depicts how solar power satellites could beam energy to Earth from orbit in this animation.
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Dust Devils and Clouds on Mars
September 12, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Dust devil on Mars seen by NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander moves at 11 mph. The lower right inset shows clouds over the landing site. The lower left inset shows churning clouds.
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Fred Van Lente PT 2
September 12, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Pete talks with Fred Van Lente about Marvel Zombies, Wolverine First class and Skrulls Vs. Power Pack.
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Interview: Fred Van Lente PT1
September 12, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Pete talks with Fred Van Lente about Incredible Hercules and in PT 2: Marvel Zombies, Wolverine First Class, Skrulls Vs. Power Pac.
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Solar Eclipse - The Perfect Ballet
September 11, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Eclipses happen everywhere in the Universe but an accident of nature make the total solar eclipse uniquely compelling for Earthbound observers.
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Star Song: Eavesdropping on the Sun
September 11, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
SOHO listens in on our Sun's "Heartbeat". To most of us, it sounds like the sun is just humming along.
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Star Song: Eavesdropping on the Sun
September 11, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
SOHO listens in on our Sun's "Heartbeat". To most of us, it sounds like the sun is just humming along.
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Video - Sounds of Sex
September 11, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
While mating, female Physocylus globosus spiders emit high-frequency squeaks to let males know what they should be doing.
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Gamma-ray Burst Up Close
September 10, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Artist's concept of two-component jet (white and green beams) of gamma-ray burst. Credit: NASA/Swift/Mary Pat Hrybyk-Keith and John Jones
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Swift Spies Brightest Gamma-Ray Burst
September 10, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Swift satellite images of the "naked-eye" GRB 080819B. The burst was so intense it initially saturated both instruments. Credit: NASA/Swift/Stefan Immler
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EVA 1
September 10, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
EVA 1
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Ant Parasite
September 10, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The stomach flu may be uncomfortable, but consider some unlucky Central American ants. When infected by a parasitic roundworm, the ants' abdomens resemble a bright red berry - making a deliciou…
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Video: The PiperJet’s first flight
September 09, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The PiperJet personal jet flew for the first time on July 30, 2008. credit: Piper Aircraft
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NASA Simulates Zero G
September 09, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Find out why some call the KC-135 "The Vomit Comet."
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ESA's Special Delivery
September 08, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV) Jules Verne: Cargo ship, laboratory, space tug and more.
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Earth's Alien Sounds
September 08, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
These radio waves, called Auroral Kilometric Radiation (AKR), are created high above Earth where solar particles interact with the planet's magnetic field.
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Inside the space station's Jules Verne
September 08, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Astronauts work and play in the space station's European cargo ship.
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Water on Ancient Mars
September 08, 2008, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
A computer model simulates evolution of water (blue) on Mars for 350,000 years in climate similar to American Southwest. Credit C. Barnhart, UCSC
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